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Aerospace Mission to China – Meet the Customers!

The U.S. Commerce Department has organized an Aerospace Supplier Development Mission to China.

The Mission is scheduled for November 7-17, 2010, and the government has announced that there are still spaces available.  Several MAPRPA members have told us that they are participating.

China’s aerospace sector ranks among the world’s most dynamic, going far beyond the country’s massive investment in aircraft (4,000 by 2025). Chinese aerospace companies have rapidly developed into serious players in the industry’s global value chain, and they are in a greater position than ever to frequently make their own sourcing decisions, participate as “risk sharing partners” in new airframe and engine development programs, and taking on the role of first-tier suppliers on Chinese programs.

The primary objectives of the Aerospace Supplier Development Mission to China are:

  1. To introduce U.S. companies to Chinese joint venture groups and Western OEMs operating in China;
  2. To explore supplier opportunities on current/future aerospace projects in China, and;
  3. To participate in Airshow China in Zhuhai

Mission schedule:

  • November 7-9/ Shanghai
  • November 9-11/ Beijing
  • November 11-14/ Xi’an
  • November 14-15/ Guangzhou
  • November 15-17/ Zhuhai

This is a great opportunity to meet directly with officials from Chinese aerospace companies and the Chinese government.

Check out the online information, including application instructions for more details.

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About Jason Dickstein

Mr. Dickstein is the President of the Washington Aviation Group, a Washington, DC-based aviation law firm. He represents several aviation trade associations, including the Aviation Suppliers Association, the Aircraft Electronics Association, the Aircraft Fleet Recycling Association and the Modification and Replacement Parts Association.

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